Hakhel Year

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Hakhel Year: (lit. "Assemble!") The year following the Sabbatical year, at the beginning of which all Jews would gather in the Temple to hear the king read selections from Deuteronomy.
There’s no such thing as history in Judaism. The last message that Moses imparted to his people demonstrates this point.
Judaism is about unity: the unity of the one G-d, the universe and the unity of all people created in the image of G-d. And yet, Judaism established a commonwealth, giving the ordinary man an irrevocable right to his own property.
A Hakhel message from a rabbi with ALS
When I started to lose my ability to speak, it made me aware of the power of speech. I had to decide what is truly worth saying. Now, unable to speak, I dream of what I would tell my family if only I could. If I could talk, I would tell my kids how much I...
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